Introduction to Psychology
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| PSY 103 Introduction to Psychology
| November 17, 2009 to December 15, 2009
| Course Location/Times/Newsgroup:
Carpenter, S. & Huffman, K. (2008). Visualizing Psychology. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley.
Note: All required text materials can be found on the PSY 103 course page. The page can be accessed through the University of Phoenix Student and Faculty Web site at https://mycampus.phoenix.edu/
| Electronic Resources:
| PSY 103 Electronic Reserve Readings (ERR)WileyPlus Visualizing Psychology Web site Note: The link to the PSY 103 ERR and WileyPlus Web site is available on PSY 103 course page.
| Instructor’s Name:
| Jennifer Mann
University of Phoenix E-mail Address:
| Alternative E-mail Address:
| I am available by phone Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. I am also available during the weekends; on Saturdays and Sundays I can be reached between 1:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. I will return messages.I also check my email and OLS regularly. Occasionally, I check them up to four times a day. It might be quicker and easier to contact me using one of these methods.
I am excited we will be spending the next several weeks together. It is my goal to help you experience meaningful learning, which challenges your current assumptions and expectations. During our sessions we will be utilizing critical analysis skills, applying them to the development of psychology. It is my desire that after completing this course your knowledge base will be broadened; also, that you will intake and process information differently. As a group we will be evaluating the subject of psychology as a discipline and in relation to the individual. During this course you will be introduced to new principles, people, and points of view. And enhance your thinking ability. Get excited!—JM Instructor Bio
I am a native of Fort Lauderdale. In my spare time I enjoy trips abroad. My down time is spent at the beach. I read Newsweek and W magazines religiously. I have a fondness for Russian novels. And I am possessed by an unhealthy obsession with Oreo cookies. As an undergraduate, I attended the University of Florida (Gainesville, Florida). I hold a Bachelor of Science in Telecommunication-News from the University’s College of Journalism and Communications. My graduate studies were conducted at Duke University (Durham, North Carolina) where I received a Master of Arts in Liberal Studies. In addition, I have studied English Literature at Exeter College, University of Oxford (Oxford, England). I have worked in various instructional capacities for several years. My professional experience includes: ITT Technical Institute (Fort Lauderdale), the Levy Learning Center (Aventura,...
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